It’s the first day of autumn! It’s also the weekend, so that means it’s time for some family-friendly fun. Are you ready?
So many choices! OutpostFest, new exhibits at Montclair Art Museum and Studio Montclair and whiskey tasting at MC Hotel.
The proposed Lackawanna Plaza Redevelopment Plan is inconsistent with Montclair’s Master Plan, the Planning Board said.
The festival opens with “Dream Scenario,” written and directed by Kristoffer Borgli and starring Nicolas Cage.
Local bars and restaurants are offering a Trivia Night almost every day of the week, so you can enjoy a night of friendly competition!
Residents are concerned about the effects renovations will have on the environment if heritage trees are cut down.
The report, obtained by Montclair Local from a confidential source, paints a picture of of a “power void,” poor communication and dissatisfaction among employees.
During the vigil, Mathias shared details about Jaahnavi’s life in India and her work to obtain an education in the United States, her accomplishments, and her unrealized dreams.
The artwork in this exhibition reflects what it means to be queer and the ramifications—both positive and negative—of LGBTQIA+ individuals “being themselves.”
Montclair area restaurants and shops are participating in a new food app that reduces food waste called Too Good to Go, and I’ve become a fan.
The family-friendly festival will take place from from 12 – 6 p.m. on the grounds of Van Vleck House and Gardens and will include six acts on two stages.
Despite the defeat, overall, Montclair’s defense contained fairly well Union City’s vaunted Wing-T offense with its running game.
Get to know Verona’s Rachel Moehl, owner of Wine & Design Montclair.
The Mounties are coming off a 42-7 win over Nutley and are 3-0 heading into possibly their toughest game so far against the Soaring Eagles.